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de árena y abarquen la mayor de epps y así en esté local están con la marcha en san francisco unian sus vocwes y sus ideas y estas mismas voces estarán en la manifestacion. > >>eestán muy alto a las manifestaciones y no más separación de neustras familias . > >> es un momento histórico y las ideas que proponian eran muchas. > >> vvamos a estar caminando en l actuacion y enseñaresmo el trabajo de la trabajadora del hogar y que opensamos los inmigranets de nosotros mismos. >>> el primero de mayo en san francisco iniciaropn a las calles y también como oklan y san josé estarán para esté día y ahora regresamos a los estudios . >>> y un día después de partidistas estén cvon la reforma inmigratoria muiles de religioosos están en el capitolio con la medida y buscan a los 11 millones en el país además de la seguridad fronterisa. >>ahora quieren inos empujoncitos y llegaremos lao que queremos. >>> y consideran que el proyecto de ley están en estados unidos . >> > y en el tema de california aplaudio la represetancion y sin embargo dicen que la medida fue con el residente d
conceal small items. those working security at at rena tonight have one mission, keeping everyone safe. anyone entering this bimding will start by going through a metal detector. if alarm sounds outcomes the wand. cheel -- sheila ask christine got here early and say they don't mind. >> as long as we're safe, we're there, we're there. >> professionals tell me measures are a response to the boston terrorist attacks and say many measures under plain view but there are things working that the fans will not see. the mission to have an incident-free night. just so that you know we have posted a link on our web site of items banned but for those who have not left home leave coolers and backpacks at home because they will not allowed in at rena. >> well sharks made playoffs and fans lined up to get seats at the tank. these tickets for the first three home games. the sharks have just one game left against los angeles kings on saturday if they beat the kings they will be bumped up from the sixth seed to the fifth seed. >> san francisco mayor ed lee paid up today settling a bet on the super bowl.
in and around area that's could conceal small items. those working security at at rena tonight have one mission, keeping everyone safe. anyone entering this bimding will start by going through a metal detector. if alarm sounds outcomes the wand. cheel -- sheila ask christine got here early and say they don't mind. >> as long as we're safe, we're there, we're there. >> professionals tell me measures are a response to the boston terrorist attacks and say many measures under plain view but there are things working that the fans will not see. the mission to have an incident-free night. just so that you know we have posted a link on our web site of items banned but for those who have not left home leave coolers and backpacks at home because they will not allowed in at rena. >> well sharks made playoffs and fans lined up to get seats at the tank. these tickets for the first three home games. the sharks have just one game left against los angeles kings on saturday if they beat the kings they will be bumped up from the sixth seed to the fifth seed. >> san francisco mayor ed lee paid up today settling a
other explosives though. >> i want to bring in rena bass kin. what did you hear and see? >> oh, s.w.a.t. teams coming in. people running in black uniform was guns, police cars going past and lining streets. and so i can't see what is going on but i'm in the second floor window looking out. i can see there are no police cars there. how loud did it sound to you? >> i've been inside with windows closed so not terribly loud where i am. >> tell me about you and your family. just in personal terms what sit to be in your house in the middle of this? >> this is nerve wracking. he had not been able to get back into the house. they won't, you know he didn't want to run across the yard.on e together he's very, very scared. he's been on the floor we've been on the floor, bed laying low i doesn't want me to leave him so i'm here. it's been nerve wracking. to say the least. >> we know unimaginable. is he asking questions? what are you saying to him? your son? >> um only thing i can think of to say is that we're safe. there are people handling this situation. are doing the best ty can. they're n
confident and spending less and translating into fewer of the retail jobs. greg valliere, and rena brouhar, nice to see both you. maybe this is another spring slowdown. we've seen job gains in january and february and a pullback and beginning of the year, gains and a pullback. ben bernanke even said maybe there's that pattern. why the slowdown in job creation? >> well i think that you saw an unexpected strong first quarter to be fair. the end of last year everyone was waiting to see what happened with the tax increases w deficit talks and we got over that and there was this sense of okay, things are booming, consumers are spending. if you look at the jobs numbers they haven't changed that much in the last few years. wages are not up. if you think about our consumer economy, 70% is based on consumer spending you can't have a sustained robust recovery unless people have more money to spend and that requires the unemployment rate going down so it's a chicken and egg cycle. >> greg, republicans jumped on this report, house speaker john boehner saying "the president's policies continue to make
es im poportante a nosotros que es personal. los dejo con esto. buenas noches para ti marÍa e rena. >>> hoy marchamos y maÑana votamos hasta pronto. . >>> gracias, gracias a todos
to be a place to park now warriors putting they're rena there. all is bad news for the people in this car. >> we ran out of gas. >> you ran out of gas? >> as a good wife i'll say i ran out of gas. >> on this day, the one when hope springs eternal. >> we wanted to make the world go around, here. >> for keith, a guy most of us never meet. >> he's here. >> a guy who has in the missed a game in four years but might see every third pitch. >> i was here when matt cane had a perfect game. a throw back to 2012. imagine buying a bleacher ticket and getting this as a seat. >> fantastic. >> another team, another season, more matters. >> i'm still going to tell you something. if you want to ride get in the freight elevator, it's those guys. they know the score at all times. >> so much fun. >> larry beil is here with more on the excitement and sell briting the past. >> it's fantastic. it's a great time. two world series titles. this is a golden age of giants baseball. started the day to celebrate 2012 championships. this is creative. if you look at guys raising the flag, giants signed matt cane to a long ter
and you know what that means. rena admires robin roberts. come on out. from university of california at berkeley, angela hart loves you ryan lizza. she was excited to meet you and last but certainly not least, is jabrilingram who says he loves shanae simpson of channel 7 and i hope you are in the room. come on up. please have a round of applause for all of the scholarship winners. and while you are still standing come on out, brianna, little, come on out. [ applause ] brianna said don't forget me. >> congratulations. i'm so proud of you. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> i'm not going to be able to match them up with all of the journalists but i have some juice with candy crowley so we will find her and match them up. we love be candy. now -- now is the time that you have been waiting for is to give a toast and for nearly 100 years now our toast has only been there has been one toast which is to the president but given her work for the scholarship fund i hope you won't quickle as i say i would like everyone to stand and raise a toast to the president of the united states and mrs. obama.
this abandonment ? clues can be found in the traditions still nourished by a few anasazi descendants. rena swentzell is a pueblo indian from the tewa community in new mexico. [ woman speaking native language ] interpreter: in our pueblo, we still dance the corn dance. we dance to tell the corn mothers how we appreciate their gifts. we want to thank them for a good life, for giving us the breath of life. keach: until a.d. 500, the indians of this area were nomadic hunters and gatherers of plants. at that time, they began to cultivate corn and live in settled communities. they were dry farmers, dependent on spring rains to germinate seeds and summer downpours to nourish growth. anasazi ritual reflected the importance of corn for survival. and in these arid soils, the growth of corn depended on rain. this sample of wood contains a record of ancient rainfall patterns. the patterns are decoded by archaeologist jeffrey dean, director of the tree ring laboratory at the university of arizona. thousands of samples of trees have been collected here, an amazing record of rainfall that extends back to
tried to work through the studies program to engage all the key players from the water rena. >> you should be in charge of that. >> i know if any one entity can be in charge of that with water resources quite frankly. it crosses state lines most are multiple states so it is not any one state and there are federal interest but not federal water rights that make up the majority of our resources in the basin we have to work through in a collaborative spaces the we have to be results oriented and quite frankly giving the extended drought and the projections we have people's attention so they cut through the infighting that occurs with a colorado river basin it is remarkable the progress we have made with the key business felicities and now mexico. >> go down space if we can. of how we can coordinate what is already happening but to recognize effectively you don't have anybody with the one agency in charge. how'd we collaborate better? . . the agencies and departments have to take shape. we then asked the question what are the areas of collaboration? in monitoring and forecasting and imp
, a special shout out to paul read. come on up, rena. from university of california at berkeley, angela hart, she loves you ryan wasn't. she was very excited to meet you backstage -- ryan lizza. she was very excited to meet you backstage. last but not least is jibril ingram who loves fashion a cynne simpson. could we please have a round of applause for all of the scholarship recipients. [applause] why -- while you are still standing, come on up miss p, miss little. -- come on up, miss little. >> breanna said, don't forget me. [applause] >> i'm not going to be able to match them up with all those journalists, and i've got some juices with candy crowley. we will match them up. i love candy. [applause] that was the time i have been waiting for, to give a toast. for nearly 100 years now, our toast -- there is one toast, to the president. but given her work for our scholarship fund, i hope you will not quibble. i want everybody to raise a toast to the president of the united states and mrs. obama. >> to the first lady. >> without further ado, i would like to introduce the president of the united
, rena. how are you? nice to see you again. evan looks just like you. still? hendrick: group parent meetings and social events are also very helpful in creating a climate of families and teachers working together. and, of course, we should use regularly scheduled parent conferences as a time to listen to what's really going on at home. woman: rich handed her a crayon. he just randomly handed it to her. we didn't think it would make any difference. and she set it down and picked it-- he had given it to her with the blunt end down instead of the pointed end, and she made a big deal of it-- "that was not right, dad." hendrick: listening skills are the basis of communication, and it all begins with the concept we call active listening. when we assume the role of an active listener, we're communicating to whoever is speaking that we've heard them correctly, that we've understood what they've said, and most importantly, that our attention means we care. there are 4 skills necessary for active listening. let's take a look at each of these active listening skills by demonstrating what not t
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